We are hearing from men how they manage their health
We are speaking to men across Kirklees and Calderdale to understand better their ability to manage their health and wellbeing.
Health and wellbeing mean different things to different people, we spoke to one Kirklees resident who helped bust some myths about men’s health. Here we ask the following myth-busting questions.
Click the boxes below to hear each answer:
More general chat around men’s health
Better health for yourself and others
There is currently a growing emphasis on self-care and self-management of health. We would like to ask males how you manage your health and wellbeing, how confident are you doing this and what barriers you face when it comes to improving and maintaining your health and wellbeing.
Above, is myth-busting with the help of one man. We want to get the big picture and would love to hear more views from men in Kirklees and Calderdale. Please email email@example.com if you would like to be involved in our project, and we will contact you for more information. Or let us know what’s working for you and what isn’t and what you think could be done better in our latest survey. We make sure NHS and social care managers hear you and use your feedback to improve care for everyone.
Here’s how Guillermo told us he looks after his health and wellbeing
And we hear from one Kirklees resident
Roger is a full time carer for his disabled wife. We asked him if he prioritizes his health, here is what he told us:
We hear from two regular members of a local community health and fitness group, about their health.
Do you live in or around Kirklees? If so, why not try the Fit for All Activity Group, they are a run, walk, jog community group (without a fitness instructor). Visit their Facebook page here: Fit for All Activity Group Facebook page
If you need someone to talk to, we are here to listen, please get in touch with us Telephone: 01924 450 379 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org We can help you get the support you need. You can also find our Top 5 men’s health resources here
Let’s hear it men, is part of our ongoing ‘Never Heard’ work to give a voice to people who need it most.